lets start with the giant loft rooms. it seems like a good idea. except the rooms have lots of damage from people partying. the floors are scratched very badly. the room can get quite drafty and the window that you can open is very old. i stayed several nights and getting up to use the bathroom at night was quite a long walk. it was an interesting concept with the open pipes... but one of them was very warm... within reach going up the wall to the ceiling, which i am sure many people make the mistake of touching. some noisy seminars happened saturday.
the lobby is terrible. it must be renovated immediately. its all wrong... breakfast???
the staff is rude. unhelpful. rarely in the office. made check in difficult. parking impossible.
i am English speaking, young, and drive a nice car. they treated me very badly. they demanded an very big damage deposit from me. i am not some young teenager. i am older than 25. it was just unprofessional. no receipt was given till sometime the next day.
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- More than a Hotel- Better than a Hotel ! LUXURY FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE. A stunning Montreal landmark, Le Loft Hotel combines fascinating architectural history with modern design and stylish amenities in the heart of downtown Montreal. Located near the famous Latin Quarter on beautiful Terrace St-Denis Street, guests of Le Loft Hotel will enjoy world-class service, luxurious rooms and some of the best panoramic vistas of Montreal the city has to offer. Well-appointed and fully equipped lofts, Le Loft Hotel offers the ideal solution for both short and long-term accommodation in Montreal. ... more less
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